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About Dan Grabham
Dan Grabham is the former associate editor at Pocket-lint working across features, news and reviews and has extensive experience writing about computing, mobile and internet topics. He’s a regular at tech shows like CES, Mobile World Congress (MWC) and IFA as well as other launches and events. Based near Bath, UK, Dan stepped up to Pocket-lint from T3.com where he relaunched the UK lifestyle and technology site after a spell launching and editing Lifehacker UK. He was also part of the team that launched TechRadar where he rose to deputy editor. Dan has also written for a huge amount of magazines and websites including The Big Issue, MacFormat, Maximum PC, Official PlayStation magazine and Web User. He has also written a book, 1000 Life Hacks, featuring lifestyle tips and tricks across various topics including tech, parenting, fashion, home and DIY. As a tech pundit, Dan has also been quizzed and quoted for a wide variety places including BBC World Service and News Online, Sky News Swipe, The Sun, BBC Radios 4 and 5Live and has also been interviewed on Channel 4 News, ITV News and Sky News. Dan has also given talks on upcoming tech trends. Dan is completely platform agnostic, equally at home on Windows, macOS, Android and iOS and uses all four on a regular basis. In his spare time, Dan enjoys spending time with his family, watching sport and drinking beer. He doesn’t run or cycle as much as he should.
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